Below you’ll find a roundup of some of the posts from our community members on topics ranging from leadership to fire service sayings and vertical ventilation.
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Clay Magee argues that some valid fire service sayings can be used to justify timidity on the fireground.
Mark Lamplugh looks at Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a therapy therapy that aims to change the way the disturbing thoughts affect a patient.
Robert Owens examines some of the details of this type of residential building.
John K. Murphy addresses the need for fire service leaders to be aware of legal responsibilities and liabilities.
Michael C. Reilly was a cherished member of the fire service family and we continue to honor him by commemorating his life. Adam Hansen has more of the story.
We can and should set the example for our crew, writes Chuck Wehrli.
Joe Kitchen offers some perspective gained from experience.
Chimney fires are rare events, which is why we should review our tactics for them every season to ensure a quick effective coordinated attack, writes Brian Butler.
The people who call us with their problems are not interruptions to our work, they are our work, writes Nick Salameh.
Mark Cotter discusses a video related to the practice of roof ventilation.
In this commentary piece, Mark Cotter casts a critical eye on a longtime fire department practice.
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